Whether you’re ready or not, teletherapy, also known as telehealth, telemedicine or telepractice is in your future.
Are you prepared to pivot you practice and easily transition between onsite sessions to online sessions?
If your answer is yes, that’s awesome! If your answer is no, and you haven’t made the technological leap, now is the time! If you need a boost to make the leap into telehealth, I’m here to help. I’ve created a helpful resource to get you and your kids off to a great start with online sessions…
But first, let’s talk about the 5 essentials you’ll need for a successful telehealth session.
#1. CONNECTION: There are two types of connections that are absolutely essential for smooth communication between you and your kids. The first connection is technology… in other words are all of your devices communicating well with each other. This includes double checking that all your devices are properly connected to each other: computer, webcam, headset, microphone, software or telehealth platform.
The second type of connection that is critical for the success of your online visit is your level of engagement.
CONFIDENCE CONTINUING EDUCATION
Learn how to level up your telehealth skills and set up sessions with calm and confidence
You’ll walk away from this training with 3 specific steps to immediately feel more prepared and confident before your next telehealth session… pretty cool right?…so if you want a few secrets to feel more confident and competent when it comes to your online practice…
FREE Training | AOTA Approved! (1 CEU)
Here’s what other’s have to say about the training…
“Jessica made the introduction to telehealth less intimidating to me. I can now breathe and move forward.” ~ Stephanie OTR/L
“Jessica’s course made me feel more positive and comfortable about telehealth practice. It was practical and actionable; I can use Jessica’s suggestions right away.” ~ Kelli OTR/L
“I just finished watching your course and loved every minute of it! The lessons are very informative and engaging.” ~ Sabrina COTA/L
“The telehealth resources were a hit, so I plan to keep on using them even though I’m back to working with kids in person.” ~ Suzanne OTR/L